Zebra Prices In South Africa

What is Zebra?

Zebras are African equines with distinctive black-and-white striped coats. There are three living species: the Grévy’s zebra, the plains zebra, and the mountain zebra.

Zebras share the genus Equus with horses and asses, the three groups being the only living members of the family Equidae. 

Zebra Prices In South Africa

The average cost of a Zebra is R18166.79 Zebra can be added to any package hunt. Included in the Zebra trophy hunting package is a licensed hunting guide.

How many zebras are in South Africa?

Researchers estimate that 600 to 700 Cape zebras live in the wild and only 1,000 to 1,300 Hartmann’s zebras, according to Defenders of Wildlife.

Do you get zebras in South Africa?

Two species of zebra predominate in South Africa. The most common species is the plains zebra, of which the Burchell’s zebra, plentiful in South Africa, is 1 of 6 extant subspecies.

Where are zebras found in South Africa?

The Cape mountain zebra (Equus zebra) is a subspecies of mountain zebra that occurs in certain mountainous regions of the Western and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa.

What does the zebra eat?


Zebras are herbivores and feed mostly by grazing on grasses, although they also might browse a bit on the leaves and stems of bushes.

They graze for many hours each day, using their strong front teeth to clip off the tips of the grass.

How much water do zebras drink a day?

They can travel up to 1100 km in search of fresh grazing and drinking grounds. In one sitting, a zebra alone can drink almost four liters of water.

That’s more than double what an average human would drink throughout the entire day.